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Dog Areas in Del City

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Del City is a city in Oklahoma that's also considered part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. There are two major highways connecting Del City to Oklahoma City, which makes it a popular place for people to live who commute to Oklahoma City for work. Nearly 22,000 people call Del City home, and it's a wonderful place to live, work, and raise a family! There are more than three miles of paved walking trails in Del City that are ideal for leashed dog walks, and the city also has over 200 acres of parkland to explore. While some park areas require dogs to be leashed at all times, Del City has its very own dog park where your pooch can play off-leash to their heart's content!

Wiggly Field Dog Park at Ray Trent Park is a three-acre dog park that is a paradise for dogs and their owners! This off-leash park includes big and small dog sections, agility equipment, fire hydrants, and turf which is helpful for keeping paws clean. Wiggly Field is also equipped with water fountains, waste disposal stations, seating, and it's even lighted for night-time use. 

This pawesome dog park is just one of several places you can spend time with your dog in and around Del City, and you and Fido will have a blast exploring all of them!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Del City

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    Population Density 828/sq mi

    #1 Lakehurst

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    Just south of Oklahoma City's Lakehurst neighborhood, you'll find the Paw OK Dog Park, which is 20 minutes from Del City. This spacious park includes a section for senior dogs and dogs under 30 pounds, as well as a section just for big doggos. There's a six-foot high fence surrounding the park, and it also has a double-gated entry system for added security. The park is open every day from dawn to dusk, and it includes drinking water for dogs, plenty of waste clean-up amenities, seating, and shade. The northern section of the dog park has access to Duck Pond, and there is even a fine-grade gravel beach so dogs can enjoy the water.
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    Population Density 2,995/sq mi

    #2 Southwest Edmond

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    Just 20 minutes north of Del City, in the southwestern corner of Edmond, Oklahoma, you'll find the Edmond Dog Park at Bickham-Rudkin Park. Bickham-Rudkin Park is a 49-acre park with playgrounds, a fishing pond, walking trails, and pavilions in addition to its five-acre dog park. This large dog park is well-maintained and features a separate small dog area, seating, lots of shade and trees, and waste bag stations. There is also water access in the dog park so your pup can take a dip in the pond. Your dog can also join you on the walking trails in the park, but they must be on a leash when you're not in the dog park.
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    Population Density 3,640/sq mi

    #3 First Courthouse

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    The city of Norman, Oklahoma is 15 miles south of Del City, and on the western side of the city sits the Norman Community Dog Park at Griffin Park. Griffin Park is a large community park with a disc golf course, walking trails, sports fields, a playground, and a two-acre dog park. The dog park has a section for dogs under 30 pounds, as well as an area for bigger dogs. It also features waste bag stations, and there is running drinking water for dogs during the warm months. There's also a pond right near the dog park where you'll find pups cooling off or playing a game of fetch in the water.
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    Population Density 3,797/sq mi

    #4 East Reno Avenue

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    One of the most fun dog parks near Del City is only five miles, or a ten-minute drive, away in Midwest City, Oklahoma! Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park is right in the heart of Midwest City, and this three-acre dog park features big and small dog sections, as well as a third section with a concrete water pond where dogs can swim. The park is spacious and lush, and there are covered entrances to provide shade, as well as plenty of trees throughout the park. Fred Quinn Happy Tails Dog Park opened in 2012, and it also features waste disposal stations, dog wash stations, and drinking water for dogs during the warm months of the year.
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    Population Density 494/sq mi

    #5 North Mustang

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    Mustang is a city in Oklahoma with a population of more than 20,000, and it's about 20 miles west of Del City. In the northern-central section of Mustang sits the Mustang Dog Park. This dog park has a whole bunch of room for dogs to run around and socialize, and it includes big and small dog sections so dogs can play with other pups who are similar in size. Mustang Dog Park has agility equipment where adventurous dogs can showcase their skills, and there are also hills and tunnels for them to run on. During the summer months, there are pools set up for dogs to cool off in, and there are also waste disposal stations, seating, and water spigots.
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